Category Archives: psychology

Death Lessons

VARIATIONS OF THIS question have popped up often enough during presentations that I give regarding my near-death experience that I decided to just create a blog post. The question is: What commonality do people’s reports of their NDEs have? MANY … Continue reading

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Naughty and Sweet

I spent the holidays doing something I really love—binge reading. I had accumulated a gazillion romance novels (both in paper and online), but had never really seemed to find the time to read them all. Now, most of the time … Continue reading

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What Helps You Through Life?

While this post has little to do with writing, it has a lot to do with life. I read it and thought the author had some interesting insights. I especially think that the thought-provoking questions at the end were something … Continue reading

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2 Thumbs Up for “11.22.63”

11.22.63 by Stephen King Summary: Life can turn on a dime—or stumble into the extraordinary, as it does for Jake Epping, a high school English teacher in Lisbon Falls, Maine. While grading essays by his GED students, Jake reads a … Continue reading

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The Final Cut

The Final Cut, a sci-fi movie starring Robin Williams, is an externalized illustration of the brain’s process of creating memories. The movie stresses how our belief in the truth of what we remember is often flawed by our limited perception … Continue reading

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Lighting the World…1 Book at a Time

As an author do you ever wonder why you even bother? Do you sometimes think that no one in the world is ever going to notice your endeavors? Sometimes it’s easy to lose the light of our dreams and end … Continue reading

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A review of “How to Self-Promote…”

How to Self-Promote Without Being a Jerk by Bruce Kasanoff Summary: This book purports to help you promote yourself and your service or product by showing you how to be the best you you can be. Recommended: Yes Review: the … Continue reading

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